Since BCA is the only provider in the state that I live (KY), and it is making noises like it might pull out at the end of 2017, I am facing the same issue.
And so far, the answer is - we don't know what will happen, other than we won't have an available health care plan.
This is not a trivial issue. As for the previous answer/NYT article suggesting 'charging what the market will bear', do you know what a BCA Obamacare plan for a family of four costs? For me, it's $1900/month, which is sucking up almost half my take home pay. And that's for the cheapest plan they had. If it goes any higher, I will have no choice but to drop it and pray no one in my family gets seriously ill. Before obamacare, I was contributing maybe $200/month to a company health care plan (which the contracting company ditched as soon as it could). Those were the good old days...
Oh, and while my state gives me a modest tax writeoff for that whopping expense, the feds who foisted this turkey off on us, don't give me one red cent back.
What is my solution? I am scrambing to ditch my contract software job, and get a full time job that comes with a company health care plan. However, not everyone can do that. Heaven help those who don't have the job skills I do, because the faltering obamacare sure won't help them.
Hmmm.... wasn't obamacare supposed to address the 'full time job or serious problem with health care' issue? Looks like we're right back where we started, only the price is a lot higher.